My paperback copy, first purchased in 2004, is tattered and coffee-stained with faded Post-it Notes.
I think he stumbled on telling the truth to save his own life—and it worked.
As certain as the rain, disappointments will come, and you will have to live with them and embrace them.
They pushed me over the ledge into a free fall where I found my voice.
My teachers would cross off whole sentences, combine sentences, rearrange paragraphs; it was like butchery.
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